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Radio Continental Drift
Mar 13, 2019 radio continental drift
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"Samba  Yonga is a Zambian journalist and media consultant. She has worked a long time as editor for Big Issue Zambia and has written for several other publications. Yonga is the founder of Ku-Atenga Media, a media consultancy firm and was named one of Destiny’s “Power of 40” most influential women in Africa 2017.”  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samba_Yonga Thus begins a Wikipedia article for Samba Yonga archived i.a. under the category “women in Zambia”. If you’d follow...
Topics: International Women’s Month 2019, Balance for Better, listening, storytelling, oral history,...
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Mar 5, 2019 radio continental drift
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Lisa Chilombo Sakala shares with us the life of a young published writer in Zambia, who went through struggles to survive, to go through an education at University of Zambia and, against many odds, become a writer. Women role models meant a lot to her in her life and she tells us about some significant examples for her; and of her passion for Zambian women to be known globally. With little experience in online work, she was excited to be selected for the wiki women project and eager to learn...
Topics: wiki women, wiki Africa, Zambia, Museum of Women’s History Zambia, Samba Yonga, Her Zambian...
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Mar 5, 2019 radio continental drift
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Puthumile Ngwenya aka Leelee, grew up in Zambia and identifies a feminist.She shares with us the perspective of women in the media in Zambia. She has worked, both nationally and internationally as an actress, a writer, script writer I.a. She’s an experienced radio and TV host and collaborates with other women on radio and TV shows for and about women. She’s passionate about women’s representation in Zambia and was eager to learn more about African women on wikipedia and how to contribute...
Topics: wiki women, wiki Africa, Zambia, Museum of Women’s History Zambia, Samba Yonga, Her Zambian...
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Mar 5, 2019 radio continental drift
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Grace Kubikisha  grew up in Zambia, worked in the textile business of her parents, and spent a number of years with work and education in America, only quite recently returning to Zambia and is now working in business together with her mother. As an insider with an outsider’s perspective, she gives us an interesting insight in the lives of Zambian women. She’s a freelance writer and multi-tasking in a number of jobs but very passionate about women’s representation in her country, which...
Topics: Her Zambian History, International Women’s Day 2019, Balance for Better, listening, storytelling,...
Radio Continental Drift
Mar 1, 2019 radio continental drift
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Coming back to Lusaka in June 2018, after five years, I was excited that the first person I was able to connect with was Mulenga Kapwepwe. In 2012, we had recorded an interview with this super-productive and resourceful lady; in the interview, BaMulenga beautifully documents herself as an artist, describes her work as a writer, cultural historian and playwright.  http://archive.org/details/Voices_from_Lusaka_467 Mulenga invited me to join a meeting of a group of women at Zambia National...
Topics: International Women’s Day 2019, Balance for Better, listening, storytelling, oral history, radio,...
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Feb 12, 2019 radio continental drift
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Radio-bridging across the Zambezi, between Zambia and Zimbabwe was a focus of activities on the ground 2018. Sharing broadcast excerpts from the Zambezi Valley for World Radio Day 2019,  we dream of radio-bridges to listeners around the world… “ We” that is the various radio-makers at Sinazongwe Community Radio Station aka ZongweFM; it’s also Mutinta Mukuwa (the white, out-one-out) aka claudia who joint Zongwe team between June and December 2018 for weekly workshops, international...
Topics: World Radio Day 2019, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Germany, Austria, Sinazongwe, Binga, Zongwe FM, Zubo Trust,...
Radio Continental Drift
Sep 3, 2018 Dareen Tatour
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Recorded in the Zambezi Valley in solidarity with sisters in the Jordan Valley "resist my people, resist them" dear sister listeners, below are the details of an open call for art work in creative solidarity with persecuted Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour. Deadline to send audio/ files 28. September 2018. Reading poem and call out, you may feel like i, would like to raise a voice in solidarity while hands are bound in present commitment. I grasped a spare hour to engage with poem and...
Topics: Dareen Tatour, Palestine, poetry, art, persecution, Israel, Jordan Valley, solidarity, poem on...
Radio Continental Drift
May 20, 2018 AfricanTide Union
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These recordings are samples of audio productions made by participants of the media training opportunity “Women speak up for themselves” at AfricanTide  Union e.V. (ATU) in Dortmund . Women c a me together tak ing first joint steps in produc ing their own Med i a, explore and gain know-how in how they could tell their stories to make themselves heard in the “information age”. In interviews and conversations, the women talk about a life between different cultures, education of the...
Topics: Dortmund, Germany, AfricanTide Union, Africa, Nigeria, Guinea, Schwarze Deutsche, Ghana, Cameroon,...
Radio Continental Drift
May 7, 2018 radio continental drift
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Spendenaktion für Radioarbeit von Frauen über den Sambesi download Text in pdf here:  https://radiocontinentaldrift.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/2018-fundraiser-fuge-p1-2.pdf Die Hörstücke auf der CD erzählen über Zusammenarbeit von Frauen durch das Medium Radio über drei Kontinente hinweg. Viel Freude beim Zuhören wünschen: die Frauen von Zubo Trust in Binga Zimbabwe, DJ Mo und DJ Petty Young bei Zongwe-FM in Sinazongwe Zambia, Crystal DJ Kwe Favel in B.C. Canada und Claudia Wegener...
Topics: Sambia, Simbabwe, Radio, Radiomacherinnen, Zubo Trust, Zongwe FM, DJ Kwe, Crystal DJ Kwe Favel,...
Radio Continental Drift
Feb 15, 2018 radio continental drift
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recordings just before and during the dance of women and men in Dortmund Germany joining global campaigns raising awareness of violence against women http://www.onebillionrising.de/location/dortmund-2018/
Topics: Dortmund, Germany, one billion rising, dance, campaign, violence against women, AfricanTide, women,...
Radio Continental Drift
Feb 12, 2018 Zongwe FM
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Lwiindi Recordings 2016 by the Zongwe FM team for broadcast coveridge during the festival. Lwiindi Festival is the traditional annual harvest festival celebrated jointly by Zimbabwe and Zambian Tonga in Sinazongwe. The music of Budima, as it is called in Zambia, or Ngoma Buntibe, as it's known among Zimbabwe Tonga is unique to the BaTonga. I highly recommend reading this article by late Zimbabwean composer Keith Goddard about the music of the Tonga people. "One Man One Note"...
Topics: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, colonialism, BaTonga, forced resettlement, community radio,...
Radio Continental Drift
Feb 11, 2018 radio continental drift
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Open Call to Artists  to contribute Remixes, Sound-and Radio pieces for A RADIO BRIDGE ACROSS THE ZAMBEZI read the complete call-out:  https://wp.me/pmTSx-rU Explore and use this playlist for your remix and radio contributions. Here is the Call-out playlist (part II); plus info to tracks and their source recordings below: see part (I) at  https://archive.org/details/RADIO_BRIDGE_open_call   01 Eunice Mwiinde interviews her grandmother about wild fruits and vegetables which the Tonga people...
Topics: World Radio Day, radio bridge, open-call, artists, activists, radio-makers, remixes, Zambia,...
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Feb 11, 2018 radio continental drift
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Open Call to Artists  to contribute Remixes, Sound-and Radio pieces for A RADIO BRIDGE ACROSS THE ZAMBEZI read the complete call-out:  https://wp.me/pmTSx-rU Explore and use this playlist for your remix and radio contributions. Here is the Call-out playlist (part I); plus info to tracks and their source recordings: 01 a wish for women's exchange across the Zambezi (e.g. Sinazongwe women would like to learn from Zubo women how to weave handbags from Ilala palm leaves); Nsenga Women's Club and...
Topics: World Radio Day, radio bridge, open-call, artists, activists, radio-makers, remixes, Zambia,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jan 27, 2018 radio continental drift
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Monica Kindness Sianbunkululu (English/ ChiTonga); playlist of clips; find the entire interview at: https://archive.org/details/women_on-air_985 At the time I was staying with Zongwe FM, in August 2016, I found two young ladies working there in a group of five youths presenters. Here, we are sitting with Monica Sianbunkululu in the yard of Sinazongwe Primary listening to her story of how, as a lady, she found her way as a radio-maker with Zongwe FM. The children of the caretaker are playing in...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Southern Province, Zambia, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, community radio, Zongwe FM, ChiTonga,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jan 27, 2018 radio continental drift
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Monica Kindness Sianbunkululu (English/ ChiTonga); find a playlist of clips at:  https://archive.org/details/women_on-air_123 At the time I was staying with Zongwe FM, in August 2016, I found two young ladies working there in a group of five youths presenters. Here, we are sitting with Monica Sianbunkululu in the yard of Sinazongwe Primary listening to her story of how, as a lady, she found her way as a radio-maker with Zongwe FM. The children of the caretaker are playing in the yard;...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Southern Province, Zambia, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, community radio, Zongwe FM, ChiTonga,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jan 12, 2018 radio continental drift
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Patience Kabuku (English/ ChiTonga); playlist of clips; find the entire interview at https://archive.org/details/women_on-air We are sitting together with Patience Kabuku in the shade of one of the doorways to a classroom at Sinazonwe Primary School. The door to Zongwe FM studio is just across the yard from us. It's Saturday afternoon; you'll hear the singing from church congregations somewhere nearby. A match at the football pitch is due; occasionally, a motorcycle-taxi crosses the school...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Southern Province, Zambia, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, community radio, Zongwe FM, ChiTonga,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jan 12, 2018 radio continental drift
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Patience Kabuku (English/ ChiTonga);  f ind a playlist of clips at https://archive.org/details/women_on-air_378 We are sitting together with Patience Kabuku in the shade of one of the doorways to a classroom at Sinazonwe Primary School. The door to Zongwe FM studio is just across the yard from us. It's Saturday afternoon; you'll hear the singing from church congregations somewhere nearby. A match at the football pitch is due; occasionally, a motorcycle-taxi crosses the school grounds and...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Southern Province, Zambia, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, community radio, Zongwe FM, ChiTonga,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jan 6, 2018 Zongwe FM
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A live on-air show with Patience Kabuku aka DJ Petty Young, Monica Siabunkululu aka DJ Mo and Claudia Wegener aka "Mukuwa Mutinta" aka radio continental drift in the Zongwe FM studio in Sinazongwe Zambia, 2 Sept. 2016. (English/ ChiTonga) "Mukuwa" means the white, English-speaking stranger in ChiTonga, the language spoken by Tonga people both sides of the Zambezi; "muntusiya" means the black person, the African. In this show, we are going together on a radiophonic...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Zambia, community radio, Zongwe FM, ChiTonga, Zimbabwe, Culture, Africa, Europe,...
Radio Continental Drift
Nov 4, 2017 radio continental drift
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Listening in between stories, histories and the streaming sounds of the city. Excerpts from a nightly walk through Brussels guided by Stephaan. a bit of out-door tourism during a study trip on EU migration-/control policy with Iris and Nadine of v.f.h.  https://www.vfh-online.de/   (main language: German)
Topics: Brussels, city, sounds, guided tour, Belgium, Praline, colonialism, history, soundscape
Radio Continental Drift
Oct 31, 2017 Marcos da Costa Melo, FUgE
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Following the conference "Traditionally Sustainable" in Hofgeismar, a delegation of contributors from Brazil are guests of FUgE (Forum for Justice, Environment and Development) in Hamm. They meet with the "Heimatverein Heessen" for a conversation (in German and Portuguese); and give a talk at FUgE Fairtrade Shop in the evening. With members of the "Heimatverein", they visit the chappel of St. Anna. Analia A. da Silva from the Tuxa people performs a traditional...
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Topics: Traditionally Sustainable, International Colloquium Traditional Peoples and Communities,...
Radio Continental Drift
Sep 14, 2017 AfricanTide Union
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These recordings are some samples of footage recordings made by the participants of the "Digital audio storytelling course" hosted by AfricanTide Union in Dortmund (ATU) and facilitated by Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift. The aim of this course is the development of media and communication skills among ATU staff. A skilled in-house production team of digital-media literate staff is intended to assist the inclusiveness of ATU's media output as the organisation moves ahead in...
Topics: Dortmund, Germany, AfricanTide Union, Africa, Nigeria, Somalia, Schwarze Deutsche, Ghana,...
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Sep 6, 2017 radio continental drift
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first broadcast on Datscha Radio Berlin, a 5-days radio-festival from a Berlin allotment garden, August 2017; produced in response to Datscha radio's open call radio continental drift is proud and happy contributing to Datscha Radio in Berlin together with women audio/ radio producers from both sides of the Zambezi and beyond, namely Zubo Trust in Binga, Zimbabwe and Zongwe FM in Sinazongwe, Zambia; DJ Kwe joins the all-female radio-gardeners team from Canada with her music, excerpts from the...
Topics: Datscha Radio, Berlin, Germany, allotment garden, gardening, radio festival, Zubo Trust, women...
Radio Continental Drift
Aug 16, 2017 radio continental drift
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Chizanga Chiza Mwiinde A Storyteller of Rocks "Believe in yourself!" Chiza was born in rural Binga, a place "at the back of beyond" as some have it. She got to move around Zimbabwe a lot with her parents who are teachers. After completing school as a brilliant student, she however failed securing a scholarship from her country. Encouraged by her parents, she applied for a scholarship in the US - even though, she herself didn't believe she'd get it. But, she did. With full...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Binga, Chiza Mwiinde, Zubo Trust, USAP, women in sciences, women organisation, geology,...
Radio Continental Drift
Aug 16, 2017 radio continental drift
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Chizanga Chiza Mwiinde A Storyteller of Rocks "Believe in yourself!" Chiza was born in rural Binga, a place "at the back of beyond" as some have it. She got to move around Zimbabwe a lot with her parents who are teachers. After completing school as a brilliant student, she however failed securing a scholarship from her country. Encouraged by her parents, she applied for a scholarship in the US - even though, she herself didn't believe she'd get it. But, she did. With full...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Binga, Chiza Mwiinde, Zubo Trust, USAP, women in sciences, women organisation, geology,...
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Aug 16, 2017 radio continental drift
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Chizanga Chiza Mwiinde A Storyteller of Rocks "Believe in yourself!" Chiza was born in rural Binga, a place "at the back of beyond" as some have it. She got to move around Zimbabwe a lot with her parents who are teachers. After completing school as a brilliant student, she however failed securing a scholarship from her country. Encouraged by her parents, she applied for a scholarship to study in the US - even though, she herself didn't believe she'd get it. But, she did....
Topics: Zimbabwe, Binga, Chiza Mwiinde, Zubo Trust, USAP, women in sciences, women organisation, geology,...
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Jul 13, 2017 radio continental drift
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A Vocal Remix for Breaking the Sound Barrier 8 The vocals of "Her Story of Rocks" are based on a long interview recording with Chiza Mwiinde in Binga Zimbabwe. Chiza was born in Binga, a place "at the back of beyond" as some say, and is now studying geo-sciences at Smith College in the US. We worked together at the local women's organisation Zubo Trust, Chiza as an Intern, me as a multimedia volunteer. I was intrigued by her art of storytelling. Excerpts from the interview...
Topics: Breaking the Sound Barrier, Alan Dunn and Martyn Rainford, Basement Art Project, Leeds, open...
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Jul 5, 2017 AfricanTide Union
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These recordings are some samples of footage recordings made by the participants of the "Digital audio storytelling course" hosted by AfricanTide Union in Dortmund (ATU) and facilitated by Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift. The aim of this course is the development of media and communication skills among ATU staff. A skilled in-house production team of digital-media literate staff is intended to assist the inclusiveness of ATU's media output as the organisation moves ahead in...
Topics: Germany, Dortmund, AfricanTide Union, NGO, workshop, digital storytelling, women, AFRICA, training,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  recordings by Lucia Munenge, July 2016 Kelesia Mwembe is the Chairlady of Zubo Trust's Sikalenge Women's Forum. In the interview Kelesia tells the history of the Forum. Like all of Zubo's Women's Forums, Sikalenge Forum was formed of 25 women in 2010 with initial workshops by Zubo. The women are representing 5 local village communities. Further workshops conducted by Zubo were raising the business skills of the women. The 25 women take the new knowledge to their...
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Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  recordings by Lucia Munenge, July 2016 Julia Mukhuli is divorced from her husband and lives alone with her children. Her situation as a single mum is not easy to manage in rural Binga. She tells that she joined one of Zubo Trusts VSnL groups of 10 women in her Ward (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). In this interview Julia is representing her group. Occasionally, we can hear her consult her papers or, with the other group members who are standing by. The group's...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  recordings by Lucia Munenge, July 2016 Florence Dube learnt about VSnL groups in a workshop by Zubo Trust (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). She represents her group of 10 women in this interview. The joining fee in to the group was 10.00 usd; monthly contributions to the savings in the group are 3.00 usd. All the women are entertaining their own individual business projects. Florence reports that she managed very well due to her joining the group. She has been able...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  recordings by Lucia Munenge, July 2016 Virginia Mwembe is a Forum Member at Sikalenge Ward; she also serves as a Board Member of Zubo Trust. In the interview, she tells the history of Sikalenge Women's Forum from its formation in 2010 by Zubo Trust. As a Forum, the women are focusing on supporting girl children in their area, financially by purchasing school books and pens, and through advise and teaching while the girls are growing up as members of the community....
Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  recordings by Lucia Munenge, July 2016 Elina Muleya belongs to a group of basket weavers in Sikalenge Ward. Elina tells how the group was formed. She talks about the challenge of getting Ilala leaves for weaving. The palm tree doesn't grow well in their area. The women have to walk far, in to the neighboring Ward, Simatelele, to find the leaves. Elina describes how the Ilala leaves are cut and prepared for the weaving and about some of the common patterns the women are...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Mar 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Sikalenge Women's Forum  additional recordings by Lucia Munenge, October 2016 Ester Muleya describes the lives of women and girls, when the BaTonga were still living at the Zambezi river. She was a girl at the time of their forceful removal from the river by the colonial government in 1957. She describes the two farming season, the Batonga used to follow at the river and the staple crops they used to plant: Maize, pumpkin and Tonga beans near the river; Millet, Maize and Sorghum far away from...
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Topics: Zubo Trust, Sikalenge Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Simatelele Women's Forum  recordings by Ottilia Tshuma, July 2016 Tema Munkuli is the Secretary of Simatelele Women's Forum. Tema talks about the duties of the Forum's 25 members and how they are organising themselves. Among the benefits for the women she mentions that the women are able to afford the school fees for their children and buying livestock such as goats. From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to train Zubo staff and six...
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Topics: Zubo Trust, Simatelele Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Simatelele Women's Forum  recordings by Ottilia Tshuma, July 2016 Polina Munenge is a member of Simatelele Women's Forum and a weaver. In her interview she talks about a number of common weaving patterns among the women. She also explains how the weavers are selling their products. Note, Lucia Munenge at Sikalenge recorded a lengthy interview with the weaver Elina Muleya. Polina sings a song common among the weavers. The women are usually singing it, when they sit together weaving their...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Simatelele Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Simatelele Women's Forum  recordings by Ottilia Tshuma, July 2016 Chigambyo Munkombwe. Chigambyo is a member of a VSnL group of 10 women in Simatelele Ward (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). She talks about the business projects of the women and the benefits for them. From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to train Zubo staff and six community based facilitators (CBFs) in audio recording and production. Each of the women CBFs is...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Simatelele Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Simatelele Women's Forum  recordings by Ottilia Tshuma, July 2016 Belitha Mugande. A community elder at Simatelele Ward, Belitha talks about the life of Batonga girls at the river and some of the traditional customs among the Tonga. From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to train Zubo staff and six community based facilitators (CBFs) in audio recording and production. Each of the women CBFs is leading a local Women's Forum of 25...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Simatelele Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Simatelele Women's Forum  recordings by Ottilia Tshuma, July 2016 Elina Mumpande ("Banene Ottilia"). A community elder at Simatelele Ward, Elina talks about a traditional custom among the Tonga people of removing the front teeth of girls. She explains the custom saying that it was done among the BaTonga when they lived at the river to recognize each other as belonging to the tripe. Note, Regina Munkuli, Zubo's CBF at Kariyangwe, contributes a lengthy recording about the customary...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Simatelele Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 25, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Siachilaba Women's Forum  recorded by Julia Mumpande, CBF Siachilaba Ward, July 2016: note to listeners: unfortunately, most of Julia's recordings are quite distorted due to high volume; thus, we decided sharing all recordings here on one page with this note. Bessy Mujimba is a member of Siachilaba Women's Forum. She reports about the launch of Zubo's programmes in Siachilaba at International Women's Day 2010. More recently and due to Zubo's trainings, Bessy became the Village Head at...
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Topics: Zubo Trust, Siachilaba Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum recordings by Margaret Munkuli, additional recordings made in October 2016 Duve Mufuari, an elder of Jumbue village, responds to Margaret's questions about bush fruits and how they used to cook and prepare them. She also sings a song. Ester Munenge, Margaret's mother, sings. Janet Muleya, an elder of Chibondo village, responds to Margaret's questions about bush fruits and local trees and how they used to cook and prepare the leaves or roots as dishes. Margaret asks her for...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, bush fruits, sustainable...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Tracey Mudenda represents a VSnL group of 10 women from Bulawayo Kraal named Tulibune Group (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). The group started in 2012 and is trading cabbages. Business started off well for the group and the women bought kitchen utensils from their savings. Tracey reports that these days though, they are doing barter exchange since people in the area are lacking cash. When they were making profit, the women supported...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Sithabile Mudimba. When we listened to this interview recording by Margaret, we were wondering what was going on here. Sithabile and Margaret seem to be rehearsing from a given source. Slowly and gently, we begun inquiring in our workshops, using the occasion to discuss owner- and authorship rights, talk about license agreements and the integrity of a researcher and her work in the community. In the recording, Sithabile mentions traditional...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Selina Muleya. Listening to Margaret's interview with Selina in the Zubo office team, our impression was that Margaret instructed Selina what to say between the first and the second track of the recording. So again, similarly to the interview recording with Sithabile Mudimba, this recording became a starting point for further discussions in our workshops; here, we explored interview technique or the "art of conversation" in an...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, natural resources, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Monica Khupe is a member of Zubo's Manjolo Womenâs Forum and a wife of Chief Binga. In her interview Margaret asks her to describe the duties of the Forum in the community. Such duties are common to all six of Zubo's women's forums and set per constitution. As Monica reports, these duties include passing on their experiences to other women in the community and making them aware of the benefit of pursuing their own work and economic...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Melania Munsaka represents the VSnL group Tweenlarbenda from Nalubuyu (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). She reports that they were 10 members at inception but are now 4 women in the group; others dropping out when failing to pay their monthly dues. The monthly submission fee in the group is 15.00 USD. Their project is trading in soap ("green bars" and "Geisha"). The group is making handsome profit which as custom they...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Maria Munkuli is the Chair Lady of Zubo's Manjolo Women's Forum. She tells the story and history of the Forum since its inception. She emphasizes the collective project of Manjolo Women's Forum which is to collect Baobab fruits (Mabuyo) and produce Baobab Maheo (Muyaya). Maria describes how the local community benefitted from the success of the project. The women used to share and distribute Maheo to vulnerable members of the community, to...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Ester Munenge sings a lullaby for a boy. Such songs are created by mothers for their children and usually sung while the mother is working, baby on her back, in the fields, fetching water, or working at home. Today the custom is slowly getting lost and it's mainly the older women who can still sing such songs to please and calm a baby. Note, a) you'll find two further lullaby songs sung and recorded by Regina Munkuli from Kariyangwe during...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 18, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Manjolo Women's Forum  recordings by Margaret Munkuli Belitna Mumpande represents a VSnL group from Simandala Village, Bulawayo Kraal (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). Their monthly submissions are 3.00 USD each member. They entertain a successful collective project of buying and selling school uniforms. Belitna was able to buy goats and chicken and can afford paying the school fees for her two children. Belitna reports that members of the group were able to buy suits for their husbands, a...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Manjolo Women’s Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Feb 11, 2017 radio continental drift
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radio continental drift : Sampler 2012 - 2016 : Babylon Broadcasts : Women On-air  live broadcasts, radio remixes and radio call-outs by and with Women Radio-makers; released in celebration of World Radio Day 2017 01 "Wir sind Afrikanerinnen in Hamm..." - a teaser for a radio show by African women in Germany broadcast in the community radio "Radio Runde Hamm" via the local station Radio Lippewelle Hamm in October 2015; here, featuring soundscape recordings from the radio...
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Feb 9, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Sibongile Mudimba is the chairlady of Zubo's Kariyangwe Women's Forum. In this statement recorded in English, Sibongile summarizes the story of Kariyangwe Women's Forum from its inception through Zubo's initiative and training. In the second track, Sibongile acknowledges the importance of the training, especially in business skills which the forum members received in workshops organised by Zubo and the Ministry of Women Affairs and...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 9, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Mudenda Lemenwa talks about the traditional way of re-marrying for a widowed woman among the BaTonga. From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to train Zubo staff and six community based facilitators (CBFs) in audio recording and production. Each of the women CBFs is leading a local Women's Forum of 25 members. The women documented the work of the organisation on village level, in...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, tradition, education,...
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Feb 9, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Elizabeth Mweembe. A folktale in Chitonga warning men to be faithful. Steven Mudimba translates Elizabeth's tale.  From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to train Zubo staff and six community based facilitators (CBFs) in audio recording and production. Each of the women CBFs is leading a local Women's Forum of 25 members. The women documented the work of the organisation on...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, women stories, indigenous...
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Feb 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Zubo Song. "Twalumba Zubo". Thank you Zubo. The members of the Kariyangwe Women's Forum are telling in song about the benefits of Zubo's programmes they are experiencing in their area.  An English Comment about the song's meaning by Regina Munkuli. Note, a) the song became a feature song in the live radio shows on Zongwe FM with Sinazongwe Women Clubs in August 2016, see  https://archive.org/details/Women_team_working b) a...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Samuel Mwinde. Historian at Chief Siansali's Court. Regina Munkuli interviews Mr. Mwinde about the traditional tribal identification which was customary among Batonga women, namely the removal of the front six teeth. Regina then asks about the traditional marriage among the Batonga and Samuel Mwinde describes in detail how, and through whom a marriage was arranged between two families. The interview also briefly touches upon the...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Feb 4, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Kariyangwe Women's Forum  recordings by Regina Munkuli Chilimba is a traditional form of entertainment among the Batonga. Playing Chilimba involves a group of people, often women, in joyful singing, drumming and dancing. The lyrics of the Chilimba songs may however also contain teachings, such as the one Regina cites in her English commentary, "don't fall in love with a married person". In contemporary Chitonga, the word "chilimba" also means radio. Note, a) In an interview...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Kariyangwe Women's Forum, women empowerment, Binga, Zimbabwe, economic empowerment,...
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Jan 28, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Chinonge Women's Forum recordings by Eunice Mwinde (in ChiTonga) Eunice interviews a member of a VSnL group in Chinonge Ward (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). The woman wished to remain anonymous. She describes the formation of a group of 6 women in 2014. The group entertains a collective project of sewing uniforms and then also included sewing African attire from fashion fabrics. Eunice asks her to describe how they share their work in the group and the benefits the women got from their...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Chinonge Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Jan 28, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Chinonge Women's Forum recordings by Eunice Mwinde Eunice interviews a member of a VSnL group in Chinonge Ward (VSnL = Village Saving and Lending). The woman wished to remain anonymous. She describes the formation of a group of 10 women in July 2012. The joining fee was 50.00 usd, monthly dues, 10.00 usd, which later increased to 20.00 usd. Eunice also asks her to talk about the Women's Bank. From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift/ Claudia Wegener to...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Chinonge Women's Forum, women empowerment, Village Saving and Lending, natural...
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Jan 28, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Chinonge Women's Forum  recordings by Eunice Mwinde (in ChiTonga) Eunice asks her grandmother about how the BaTonga women used to weave the large, heavy-duty baskets. Banene describes how to prepare the Malala leaves (Palm leaves) for the weaving. These baskets are used by BaTonga women in the field work. Note: Lucia Munenge recorded an extensive interview with Elina Muleya, a weaver who belongs to a group of basket weavers in Sikalenge Ward From April - November 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Chinonge Women's Forum, women empowerment, indigenous knowledge, Ilala, basket weaving,...
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Jan 28, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Chinonge Women's Forum recordings by Eunice Mwinde (in ChiTonga) Eunice interviews her grandmother ("Banene Eunice") about the marriage rituals for girls among the BaTonga. Her grandmother describes and sings one of the traditional songs. Note: For an in-depth interview on BaTonga initiation rites, you may also see the interview with Luyando Muyalali and Janet Mwiinde recorded in the BaTonga Museum in 2012: http://archive.org/details/Voices_from_Binga_949 From April - November 2016,...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Chinonge Women's Forum, women empowerment, marriage rituals, indigenous knowledge,...
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Jan 28, 2017 Zubo Trust
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Chinonge Women's Forum recordings by Eunice Mwinde (in ChiTonga) Eunice asks her grandmother about how the BaTonga used to survive in the bush after their forceful removal from the fruitful land of their ancestors at the Zambezi. Her grandmother lists some of the bush fruits they used to collect like Makuli or Mutili and describes how they used to prepare them for dishes. Note: a) Margaret Munkuli also recorded 3 interviews with elder women in Manjolo Ward about bush fruits and their use among...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Chinonge Women'€™s Forum, bush fruits, indigenous knowledge, women empowerment,...
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Jan 14, 2017 radio continental drift
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Recordings from a brief trip to Johannesburg from the Zambezi. 01 listening to the nightly hum of Jozi from a roof-terrace over the gardens of Parktown 02 sounds of a Gautrain from Pretoria into Johannesburg Park Station 03 walking in to Park Station Listen via the All Africa Sound Map and add your own recordings http://aporee.org/maps/projects/all-africa-sound-map
Topics: Johannesburg, South Africa, soundscape, listening, radio, aporee sound maps, All Africa Sound Map
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Jan 12, 2017 Zubo Trust
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A playlist of recordings from a workshop on documentation skills convened by Zubo Trust and held at Tusimpe Pastoral Centre in Binga, 5 - 7 July 2016 The playlist of recordings from the workshop days can document a bit of the journey, which we traveled together in exploring the use of audio recorders among the women that Zubo is working with in rural Binga. Participants at the workshop included the six Community-based Facilitators, CBFs, listed by names below, also Zubo staff and stakeholders,...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women empowerment, documentation skills, sustainable development, fishing, Binga,...
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Dec 31, 2016 radio continental drift
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Listening to the sounds of a place "at the back of beyond" A quiet morning at Tusimpe .   s tarting from September, we were having electricity cuts three times a week for a full day… and if there were storms somewhere, the cuts may be more or longer… (apparently, the wooden poles in the area were replaced to prepare for the rainy season; that’s what we were told…)  when I heard the sounds of the wheelbarrow (bringing a car battery), I knew what was coming next… and what...
Topics: Binga, Zimbabwe, listening, Zambezi, Kariba, soundscapes, radio aporee, sound maps, All Africa...
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Dec 28, 2016 radio continental drift
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a windy morning at Kariba... , 10.08.16; 10:16 ...in the middle of the night I had already heard the rigs go home and the winds picking up... a night/ day of bad business for the kapenta rigs... however, this recording became something like our signature sound during the Zongwe FM broadcasts of women across the lake...  https://archive.org/details/Women_in_Fishing sounds in my room after dark..., 16.08.16; 19:17 ...closed doors and windows are not something I consider appealing...even though...
Topics: Zambia, Sinazongwe, soundscapes, listening, All Africa Sound Map, radio aporee, sound maps, Lake...
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Dec 12, 2016 radio continental drift
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...around the kitchen table at night, we are 8 people of 4 continents and 7 countries. Mbango, Usco, Stephanus and Wilson are members of the Cota Youths Choir in Windhoek Namibia. They just arrived from Southern Germany tonight here in Hamm, and it's their visit and concert at "Paulus Kirche" on Monday evening which brought us together here... the "choir boys" are all "second basses" as they tell us, but nonetheless, we get to hear some lines of two songs... Sounds...
Topics: Germany, Hamm, Namibia, Windhoek, Cota Youths Choir, indigenous languages, songs, listening,...
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Nov 6, 2016 Zubo Trust and Zongwe FM
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Women team-working (first live broadcast on Zongwe FM 22 Aug. 2016) One of nine live on-air encounters of women from both sides of the Zambezi/ Lake Kariba; with Patience Kabuku aka DJ Patty Young and Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift in the Zongwe FM studio. In this show we are introducing Zubo Trust's Women's Forum to the Sinazongwe Community; and are receiving interesting feedback on the telephone line... The show focuses on the stories and values of women coming together, working as...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable livelihoods, fishing, awareness...
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Nov 4, 2016 ZongweFM and Zubo Trust
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Women in Fishing (first live broadcast on Zongwe FM 20 Aug. 2016) One of nine live on-air encounters of women from both sides of the Zambezi/ Lake Kariba; with Monica Siabunkululu aka DJ Mo and Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift in the Zongwe FM studio. In this show we are introducing Zubo Trust's Bbindawuko Coop, the first women crew fishing Kapenta on Lake Kariba. Abbigal Muleya, Zubo's former Monitoring Officer tells the story of Zubo's flagship project. In the second part of the show...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable livelihoods, fishing coop, fish...
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Nov 1, 2016 Zubo Trust
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Recordings by the Sikalenge Women's Forum recorded by Lucia Munenge Zubo Song ZUBO Trust is a Womenâs Organisation based in Binga working with and for the rural women of the Zambezi valley in Zimbabwe since 2009. Zubo has become widely recognized for its successful work empowering the rural women in income-generating projects, which utilize the natural resources of the remote area such as Fish, Kapenta, Ilala, Baobab or Moringa. In 2012 Zubo made national and international headlines by...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development, fishing, fish farming,...
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Oct 9, 2016 Zongwe FM
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A Sampler of recordings with four Women Club in Sinazongwe, Southerm Province of Zambia. Following a meeting and interview recording with Mary Mwakoi and Victoria Citalu at the Department of Community Development, we visited four of the clubs under Community Development, got to know their project work and made many recordings of their presentations. The interview recording with Mary and Victoria can be found here: https://archive.org/details/Women_in_leadership_745 We visited Mweezya and Mweka...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Department of Community Development, Women Clubs, community radio, Zambia, ZongweFM,...
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Oct 9, 2016 radio continental drift
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Mary Mwakoi and Victoria Citalu are working at the Department of Community Development at the Civic Centre in Sinazongwe Zambia. Here they are introducing themselves and the work they are doing in the district with and for the women. Mary as the field officer tells us about the Saving-groups and Women Clubs under Community Development, 180 of them in the district, about the alternative livelihood schema and on the women's various income-generating projects. Natural resources commonly in use...
Topics: Sinazongwe, Department of Community Development, Women Clubs, community radio, Zambia, ZongweFM,...
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Sep 22, 2016 radio continental drift
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“There’s a purpose for me being here…” Mrs. Lydia Banda Ndeti is the District Administrator for Binga District; often just referred to as “the DA”. We first encountered Mrs. Ndeti as Guest of Honour at the first public celebration of International Women’s Day in Binga Centre. In her office, we found her working with a team of women staff; including also a lady driver. We got interest what might have been her way becoming a woman in a leadership position and, how she experiences...
Topics: Binga, Zimbabwe, rural women, District Administrator, Mrs. Lydia Banda Ndeti, women leaders, women...
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Sep 18, 2016 Zubo Trust
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“Zubo makes Women see the light…!” Local partners and stakeholders who have long-term working experience with Zubo Trust talk about the work of the women's organisation in Binga and the benefits of Zubo’s work they have witnessed for the rural women. 01 and 03 Mrs Banda Ndeti District Administrator (DA) of Binga District appreciates Zubo’s outstanding work in bringing BaTonga women back to their traditional domain of fishing. “Zubo makes Women see the light…!” for the entire...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable development, fishing, fish farming,...
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Sep 17, 2016 Zongwe 105.0 FM
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"Women's knowledge and local productions" One of nine live on-air encounters of women from both sides of the Zambezi/ Lake Kariba; with Monica Siabunkululu aka DJ Mo and Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift in Zongwe FM studio. Today’s show contains long take local recordings in ChiTonga and especially those which Zubo women made themselves in their communities, followed by DJ Mo and Claudia chatting about what we heart in English and ChiTonga. The show begins with recent...
Topics: Zongwe 105.0 FM, community radio, Sinazongwe, Zambia, Zubo Trust, Binga, Zimbabwe, rural women,...
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Aug 31, 2016 Zubo Trust
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The playlist of 20 tracks presents some samples of recordings, which the rural BaTonga Women of Zubo Trust in Binga Zimbabwe produced in their communities. While the project is in fact still continuing on the ground over the next few months, this sampler already opens a window to the forthcoming release of the entire audio collection. Since April 2016, Zubo Trust joint forces with radio continental drift to train Zubo staff and six community based facilitators (CBFs) in audio recordings and...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable resources, fishing, fish...
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Aug 31, 2016 radio continental drift and Zubo Trust
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The sampler of four track presents excerpts from recent live shows on the community radio station Zongwe FM in Sinazongwe Zambia. While broadcasts are still continuing, the sampler already shares a “teaser” for the release of all the 10 live shows in full. In August, 2016 radio continental drift has been partnering with ZongweFM, training five young presenters in audio recording, interview techniques, oral history methods, archiving, audio editing and playlist development for live on-air...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women, women empowerment, natural resources, sustainable resources, fishing, fish...
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Jul 22, 2016 Zubo Trust
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In each of the 6 wards that Zubo is currently working in, a group of women meet regularly to discuss the problems faced by women and children in their ward. These women also then discuss possible solutions to their problems. The Women Forums are a unique and crucial feature in Zubo’s organogram. They were initiated in the early days of the organisation’s operation and, since then have been instrumental in reaching out deep into the dispersed rural communities. Each of the 25 members of a...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women, women empowerment, natural resources, fishing, Fish farming, Binga, Zimbabwe,...
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Jun 24, 2016
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"...the river belongs to the Tonga people... the river has fish and crocodile .... our ancestors are crying..." The recording was made at Damba Primary School in Binga in 2012 when radio continental drift accompanied members of Basilwizi Trust to an award ceremony at the rural satellite school. The BaTonga Anthem was sung right after the Zimbabwe National Anthem. follow this link to hear both anthems in place: http://aporee.org/maps/work/?loc=29368 The BaTonga are descendants of those...
Topics: Zambezi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, BaTonga, Kariba Lake, forced resettlement, marginalisation, Basilwizi...
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Jun 23, 2016 Zubo Trust
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The day at Sebungwe River Mouth Primary School also saw the election of a new Association. Representatives from three of Zubo Trust's Women's projects were coming together for an induction on the importance of such an association delivered by members of the Ministry of Women Affairs Zimbabwe, Binga office. The training concluded with the election of the new Association's board. The participating women were from the Bbindawuko Cooperative, the Siachilaba Fish Market Association and the...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women, women empowerment, natural resources, Fish farming, gardening, Simatelele Ward,...
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Jun 12, 2016 Zubo Trust
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The recordings document the work of the Tuligwazye Women's Group. Zubo Trust has been supporting the work of the women with the construction of a pont for fish farming. The pont is complete and farming due to start this month. Mr Munenge, the headmaster of Sebungwe River Mouth Primary School describes the area of Simatelele Ward where the school is located and some of the local characteristics and challenges. He welcomes and praises the work which Zubo Trust has been doing to empower the women...
Topics: Zubo Trust, women, women empowerment, natural resources, Fish farming, gardening, Simatelele Ward,...
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Jun 12, 2016 Basilwizi Trust
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"Lweendo Lwa Basilwizi" Book Launch Event 12 May 2016 at the German Society in Harare Basilwizi Trust invited to a festive event presenting the Book which documents the History of the organisation from 2003 - 2015. The speeches of the event are here presented in full. Speeches by Isaak Mumpande, Chair of the Board; by the author, Mary Ndlovu; further by, Sr Janice McLaughlin; Dr. Diana Conyers and Chief Siansali. The evening's MC was Tendai Garwe. for information please see:...
Topics: Basilwizi Trust, Binga, Zimbabwe, Tonga, history, displacement, Zambezi, Kariba Lake, colonisation,...
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Jun 12, 2016 Zubo Trust
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Margaret Munkuli talks about the successes and challenges the women of Nchibondo village have been facing with their local production of Baobab Maheo. Margaret is a Community based Facilitator at Manjolo Ward for the Women's organization Zubo Trust in Binga Zimbabwe. ZUBO Trust has been working with and for the rural women of the Zambezi valley since 2009. Zubo has become widely recognized for its successful work empowering the rural women in income-generating projects, which utilize the...
Topics: Zubo Trust, Tonga, Zambezi, Binga, Zimbabwe, Manjolo, women, women empowerment, natural resources,...
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Jun 11, 2016 radio continental drift
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Recordings from the first International Women's Day celebrated in Binga's urban centre convened by the Ministry of Women Affairs Zimbabwe with the DA Mrs Banda Ndeti as guest of honour. The days' celebration's begin with a march of the women from the town centre to Freedom Square. The recordings present excerpts of the day's speeches, testimonies and entertainment.
Topics: Zimbabwe, Binga, rural, women, economic empowerment, International Women's Day
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We are delighted presenting here the names of international artists who contributed audio and visual remixes to "The Women of the Great River" call-out. We received 18 contributions by 16 artists of 11 countries; 17 sonic remixes by 15 contributors; two further contributors responded in a visual remix! In August 2015, radio continental drift had launched the open call for contributions in response to the newly released playlist "The Women of the Great River" which features...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tonga, Binga, indigenous culture, ChiTonga, displacement, colonialism,...
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Aug 25, 2015 radio continental drift
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… we are at the community hall of a Lutheran church, the “Christuskirche”, in Hamm West… a large very colourful audience is gathered here… many in African attire… people are streaming in and out of the hall, children running around… it’s Saturday, church bells are ringing… mixing in with the Festival’s multilingual voices… and the constant beat from the hall… it’s the Yes Afrika Festival 2014… … inside the hall, the opening of the Afrika Festival is reaching its...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, African Clubs, Afrika Festival, Yes-Afrika e.V., culture, music,...
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Aug 22, 2015 radio continental drift
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How are women organizing their lives to combine family, studies, work and, their desire to be actively involved in the society and community in which their children are growing up…? How can women come together, join in their struggles, learn from each other and together, uplift the lives of women, at home and, “on the bigger picture”? …these were some of the question underlying the conversation captured in these recordings: an exchange of experiences between Rosemary Cumanzala of the...
Topics: Africa, Zimbabwe, Binga, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, education, training, tradition,...
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Aug 22, 2015 radio continental drift
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Rosalyn Dressman, founding director of AfricanTide Union e.V. in Dortmund was our special guest at the Yes Afrika Women’s Forum in June. As an African Woman living and working in Germany for many years, and with success, Rosa generously offered her experiences and advice. A vivid exchange developed among all the women present… …what do we mean when we talk about “equal rights” or “women’s liberation”? …are we as African women able to handle that freedom that we find on offer...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, Nigeria, African women, culture, education, training, tradition, gender,...
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Aug 22, 2015 radio continental drift
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Two Nigerian women, Helen and Rebecca, meet in the city library, get talking and made this recording for you. In this podcast, Helen talks about her life and experience coming to Germany as a pregnant woman to join her German husband in Hamm. How did she feel not knowing the country, nor the language? How did her new German relatives treat her? How did she find her way and her role as an African woman in the German society…? Zwei Nigerianerinnen, Helen und Rebecca, treffen sich in der...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, Nigeria, African women, culture, education, training, tradition, gender,...
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Aug 22, 2015 radio continental drift
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Here, we are sharing some footage recordings, audio-impressions from our chat with studio manager Ralf Grote before the recording session. We are talking about the issue of language for local on-air broadcast, about radio productions by migrant communities in Hamm, online radio and "Bürgerfunk", in the province of NRW and in Hamm and, about opportunities for artists and musicians from the community to have themselves and their music featured in programmes of the Radio Runde Hamm....
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, music, musicians, education, social integration,...
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Aug 18, 2015 radio continental drift
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Soundscape ...night sounds near Chikuni Mission... Listen via the All Africa Sound Map http://aporee.org/maps/projects/all-africa-sound-map http://www.radiocontinentaldrift.wordpress.com
Topics: Zambia, Monze, Chikuni, Chikuni Mission, soundscape, radio, All Africa Sound Map, aporee maps,...
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Aug 14, 2015 radio continental drift
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1./ 2. ...soldiers passing by Tusimpe Mission in early morning… 3. ...we are witnessing an award ceremony at Damba Primary School, a village in the bushland near Manjolo... the village and guest are gathered under the largest tree in the school ground... pupils are marching into the round in a long line welcoming all singing... 4. ...all get up for the anthems... first the Zimbabwe national anthem... then, what I gather, might be a special anthem of the BaTonga... 5./ 6. ...after all the...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Tonga, Binga, Siachilaba, soundscapes, All Africa Sound Map, apogee maps, displacement,...
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Aug 10, 2015 radio continental drift
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Calling all Artists of Listening…! We are inviting you to respond to the voices and stories you hear in "The Women of the Great River", a playlist released by radio continental drift as part of the "CIRCE The Black Cut" project. The playlist features the story of the BaTonga - "the people of the great river" - in the voices of women from Binga, a town and district on the Zimbabwe shore of the Zambezi. https://archive.org/details/THE_WOMEN_OF_THE_GREAT_RIVER (part...
Topics: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tonga, Binga, indigenous culture, ChiTonga, displacement, colonialism,...
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Aug 9, 2015 radio continental drift
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Calling all Artists of Listening…! We are inviting you to respond to the voices and stories you hear in "The Women of the Great River", a playlist released by radio continental drift as part of the "CIRCE The Black Cut" project. The playlist features the story of the BaTonga - "the people of the great river" - in the voices of women from Binga, a town and district on the Zimbabwe shore of the Zambezi. https://archive.org/details/THE_WOMEN_OF_THE_GREAT_RIVER (part...
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Topics: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tonga, Binga, indigenous culture, ChiTonga, displacement, colonialism,...
Radio Continental Drift
Aug 1, 2015 radio continental drift
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(in German below; unten auf Deutsch) How are women organising their lives to combine family, studies, work and, their desire to be actively involved in the society and community in which their children are growing up...? How can women come together, join in their struggles, learn from each other and together, uplift the lives of women, at home and, "on the bigger picture"... these were some of the question underlying the conversation captured in these recordings: an exchange of...
Topics: Africa, Zimbabwe, Binga, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, education, training, tradition,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jul 9, 2015 radio continental drift
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Rosalyn Dressman, founding director of African Tide Union e.V. in Dortmund introduces herself to some of the women members of Yes Afrika e.V. in Hamm. Rosalyn tells her story, how she came to Germany, why she lives here and how she sees her role as an African woman in the German society. Rosalyn Dressman, die Gründerin und Vorsitzende der Organisation African Tide Union e.V. in Dortmund stellt sich vor und erzählt etwas von ihrer Geschichte: wie sie nach Deutschland kam; warum sie hier lebt,...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, education, training, tradition, gender, social...
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Jul 7, 2015 radio continental drift
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Rosalyn Dressman, founding director of AfricanTide Union e.V. in Dortmund was our special guest at the Yes Afrika Women's Forum in June. As an African Woman living and working in Germany for many year, and with success, Rosa generously offered her experiences and advice. A vivid exchange developed among all the women present... ...what do we mean when we talk about "equal rights" or "women's liberation"? ...are we as African women able to handle that freedom that we find on...
Topics: Africa, Germany, migration, Hamm, Dortmund, African women, diaspora, integration, qualification,...
Radio Continental Drift
Jun 30, 2015 Doctore Xyramat
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Doctore Xyramat, FSK Hamburg, presents the playlist of "sonic cross-cultural exchanges" in her regular 13-hours show, dedicated to the music of female artists. Thanks to Doctore Xyramat, we are delighted sharing here an excerpt of her on-air show which includes some of the remixes by international women artists, some of the original interview clips with women artists from Zambia and Zimbabwe and a telephone interview with Claudia Wegener/ radio continental drift (in German). The...
Topics: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Art, Activism, Sound, Women, Culture, women leaders, women rights, freedom of...
Radio Continental Drift
May 25, 2015 radio continental drift
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A breakfast conversation of three African Women in Germany... We are in Yvonne's kitchen sitting around the table after a sumptuous "British Breakfast"... We recorded our after-breakfast conversation as start-up material for a serious of podcasts and a radio show, which we'll produce together with the women who'll join us in the meetings of the Yes-Afrika-Women's-Forum over the next couple of month. find our footage recordings of the first session here:...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, music, bilingualism, education, social...
Radio Continental Drift
May 12, 2015 radio continental drift
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"We are African Women in Hamm…!", May 2015, Hamm, Germany We are in Yvonne's kitchen sitting around the table after a sumptuous "British Breakfast"... We recorded our after-breakfast conversation as start-up material for a serious of podcasts and a radio show, which we want to produce with the women who'll join us in the meetings of the Yes-Afrika-Women's-Forum over the next couple of month. Here you can, if you wish, listen to the entire footage recording of our...
Topics: Africa, Europe, Germany, African women, culture, music, bilingualism, education, social...
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May 6, 2015 radio continental drift
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May 2015 We are at one of the monthly club meetings of Yes Afrika e.V. in Hamm, Germany. The session takes place in English. As a special guest, Rosalyn Dressman from the neighbouring city of Dortmund presents the work of the organisation she founded in 2010, AfricanTide Union, and responds to the questions of club members regarding the opportunities to gain certified qualifications at the centre. AfricanTide Union is a "competence centre" or "Bildungsakademie" offering a...
Topics: Africa, migration, Germany, Hamm, Dortmund, Africans in Germany, qualification, education,...
Radio Continental Drift
Apr 28, 2015 radio continental drift
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"A Journey of Listening...", radio play (47') ...from an attic in Hamm, Germany… via Kampala, Johannesburg and Lusaka... and back... The piece is dedicated to community radio - in its many forms and shades - and, to the radio communities of "active listeners" it always forms and gathers; to my local “Bürgerfunk” Radio Runde Hamm, to "pavement broadcasts" in Lusaka and wherever they happen and, to the community of listeners on Aporee Radio. narration/...
Topics: Germany, Hamm, Kampala, Uganda, Johannesburg, Lusaka, Bavubuka All Stars Foundation, Breakdance...